Corporation: Hey, does Cocoa include something to help us write apps that talk to our Oracle database?
Apple: Um, nope. But isn’t GarageBand cool?
Corporation: Hmm.” —InformIT: Interview with Aaron Hillegass > Interview with Aaron Hillegass
Seriously, it is 2008. If you create a page for your event, include an ADDRESS or a LINK TO GOOGLE MAPS. Whoever created this Greek Festival page took the time to visit maps.google.com, type in the church’s address, take a screenshot and embed it in a PDF. I applaud their effort, but why didn’t they just include a link to the map they found? It would have been easier for them and easier for me. As it stands….the page has no address on it. To get personalized directions, I had to go to google, type in the intersection and get the map myself.
You created a webpage, this means you can safely assume that your readers have access to the internets and will follow the links you give.